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Rae Sremmurd

Rae Sremmurd Reveals Plans to Release New Album in December [WATCH]

Buzz 17:53PM EDT

Following the success of their debut album, Rae Sremmurd recently revealed their plans to release a new album in December.READ MORE

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Tame Impala Discuss New Album 'Currents', Release Album Artwork and New Track 'Cause I'm A Man' [LISTEN]

Genres 17:51PM EDT

Hailing from Perth Australia and having two albums under their belts, Tame Impala will debut their third studio album, 'Currents' later this year featuring new single 'Cause I'm a Man.'READ MORE

Bjork

Björk Discusses 'Vulnicura' Leak, Says She Wanted To "Get It Out Of The Way" [LISTEN]

Buzz 22:55PM EDT

Like so many big albums these days, Björk's latest album Vulnicura was subjected to a leak last week, two months before its official release date. Instead of flipping out Madonna-style, however, Björk responded to the Vulnicura leak by officially releasing the album herself online, and in a new interview with BBC Radio 1 (via NME), the Icelandic singer opens up about her decision to release it early.READ MORE

Charli XCX

Charli XCX Records Japanese Versions of 'Boom Clap,' 'Break The Rules' [LISTEN]

Buzz 21:59PM EDT

Even though Charli XCX's great new album Sucker was released in the United States on Dec. 15, it doesn't come out in Japan until Feb. 8 for whatever reason. As a special treat for her Japanese fans who have been forced to wait so long on the album (the ones who haven't illegally downloaded it, anyway), XCX has recorded Japanese versions of two of the album's singles as bonus tracks: "Boom Clap" and "Break The Rules," which you can check out below. In true J-Pop fashion, these versions find XCX singing mostly in Japanese, but switching over to English for some key phrases (apparently there's no Japanese translation for "boom clap").READ MORE

Adam Granduciel of The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs Announces US Tour Dates for Spring: 'Lost in the Dream' Band Add Gigs Following Festival Announcements

Buzz 17:49PM EDT

The War on Drugs just added some spring dates to their victory lap tour behind 2014's brilliant "Lost in the Dream" record. In addition to their scheduled appearances at Coachella, Governors Ball and Bonnaroo, the group will make stops in Virginia, Georgia and Alabama before festival season arrives. Their next trek begins at the end of the month in Mexico as part of My Morning Jacket's One Big Holiday event.READ MORE

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Flying Lotus Shares Haunting 'Coronus, the Terminator' Music Video [WATCH]

Buzz 11:14AM EDT

Electronic artist Flying Lotus has shared the haunting music video for his song "Coronus, the Terminator," which you can check out below. Directed by Young Replicant, the clip stars Flying Lotus, among other people, as some sort of ghostly figure who witnesses a man's startlingly violent death. It is creepy stuff, but it is also beautiful in the strangest way. "Coronus, the Terminator" is the third music video to be shared from Flying Lotus's latest album "You're Dead!," following the videos for "Ready Err Not" and "Never Catch Me" featuring Kendrick Lamar. It is one of the rare songs in which Flying Lotus sings lead, rather than collaborating with a singer or rapper. "For me, 'Coronus' is one of the most important moments on 'You're Dead!' and holds ideas I'm planning to explore in my future work," Flying Lotus said of the song in a press release. "I'm happy that the visual encapsulates the meaning of the record and this ambition." You can check out Flying Lotus's "Coronus, the Terminator" music video here:READ MORE

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